• nervous system disease,

  • nonmalignant respiratory disease, or

  • other health outcomes (gastrointestinal disease, immune-mediated disease, effects on hematological parameters, reproductive or development dysfunction, genotoxic effects, cardiovascular effects, hepatic disease, dermal effects, ocular effects, or musculoskeletal effects).

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